toothsome

[tooth-suhm]
adjective
1.
pleasing to the taste; palatable: a toothsome dish.
2.
pleasing or desirable, as fame or power.
3.
voluptuous; sexually alluring: a toothsome blonde.

Origin:
1545–55; tooth + -some1

toothsomely, adverb
toothsomeness, noun
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toothsome (ˈtuːθsəm)
 
adj
1.  of delicious or appetizing appearance, flavour, or smell
2.  attractive; alluring
 
'toothsomely
 
adv
 
'toothsomeness
 
n

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Example sentences
Toothsome and satisfying, brown rice is rice that hasn't been messed with.
Families placate the spirits daily with tasty offerings such as a bunch of bananas or a toothsome chunk of pork crackling.
Maybe it's the recession and the lack of toothsome commissions.
They are said to be much more toothsome than canned oysters.
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